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  • 1. Adjective order grammar game What is the correct order of adjectives before a noun ? 1. Adjectives of color, origin, material and purpose usually go in that order. {Color _origin _material_ purpose _noun} red e.g.: Spanish leather riding boots e.g.: A brown German beer mug e.g.: A Venetian glass flower vase
  • 2. Other adjectives usually go before words of colour, origin, .2 material and purpose. It is impossible to give exact rules, but adjectives of size, length and height often come first. The round glass table (NOT the glass round table) A big, modern brick house (NOT a modern, big brick house) Long, flexible steel poles A tall, ancient oak-tree • 3. Adjectives which express judgments or attitudes usually come before all others. • Examples are lovely, definite, pure, absolute, extreme, perfect, wonderful, silly. • A lovely, long, cool drink • Who's that silly fat man over there?
  • 3. 4. Numbers usually go before adjectives. ---Six large eggs ---The second big shock ---First, next and last most often go before one, two, three etc. The first three days My last two jobs." • 5- Age, which would normally go after adjectives of size, length and height, but before colour, origin, material and purpose. • A big old straw hat. • A charming young university student.
  • 4. Thus, a complete list could be: (article) + number + judgment/attitude + size, length, height + age + colour + origin + material + purpose + noun • a lovely long black leather coat • a valuable Dutch Impressionist painting • a rustic old stone holiday cottage • now do this exercise: http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/410/grammar/adjord.htm
  • 5. For more information about adjective order, see http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/410/grammar/adjord.htm http://www.englishclub.net/grammar/adjectives/order2.shtml : For exercises on adjective order, see • • http://www.better-english.com/grammar/adjord.htm http://www.betterenglish.com/grammar/adjord2.htm http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/410/grammar/adjord1.htm http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/410/grammar/adjord2.htm http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/quizzes/vm/adjorder.html • http://www.englishoutlook.com/focus/grammar/adjorder.html • • •
  • 6. ‫إعداد : رائدة الهزاز‬ ‫مدرسة لغة انكليزية‬ ‫ثانوية عبد الحميد الحراكي‬ www.world-links.org : ‫متدربة في ورلدلينكس‬ raedahazzaz@yahoo.com : ‫• بريد الكتروني‬ :‫• بريد المجموعة‬ englishbrilliants@yahoogroups.com ****************************************************** • This lesson is from the English course book For the second secondary grade( term 2)
  • 7. ‫إعداد : رائدة الهزاز‬ ‫مدرسة لغة انكليزية‬ ‫ثانوية عبد الحميد الحراكي‬ www.world-links.org : ‫متدربة في ورلدلينكس‬ raedahazzaz@yahoo.com : ‫• بريد الكتروني‬ :‫• بريد المجموعة‬ englishbrilliants@yahoogroups.com ****************************************************** • This lesson is from the English course book For the second secondary grade( term 2)